A man walks through a disinfection gate before leaving the work area of Chongqing Mexin Group in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on February 12. Photo: Xinhua A man walks through a disinfection gate before leaving the work area of Chongqing Mexin Group in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on February 12. Photo: Xinhua
A man walks through a disinfection gate before leaving the work area of Chongqing Mexin Group in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on February 12. Photo: Xinhua
Chris Rowley
Opinion

Opinion

Chris Rowley

As China battles the coronavirus, the prognosis for its economy is poor, despite silver linings for some sectors

  • The coronavirus outbreak has highlighted the vulnerability of global supply chains. Service sectors, such as retail, hospitality and education, will be hit hard
  • Health care manufacturers, e-commerce and fintech, however, may benefit

A man walks through a disinfection gate before leaving the work area of Chongqing Mexin Group in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on February 12. Photo: Xinhua A man walks through a disinfection gate before leaving the work area of Chongqing Mexin Group in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on February 12. Photo: Xinhua
A man walks through a disinfection gate before leaving the work area of Chongqing Mexin Group in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on February 12. Photo: Xinhua
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Chris Rowley

Chris Rowley

Professor Chris Rowley is a visiting fellow at Kellogg College, University of Oxford and Professor Emeritus, Cass Business School, City, University of London. He is a leading figure in the study of employment and human resource management, and business and management in Asia